Wimbledon bring back 2011 Play-off hero
from his loan spell at Woking.Seb Brown has decided to recall Neal ArdleyWe can confirm that
set to return from injury, Neal Ardley did not want Seb (pictured) sitting on the bench at Kingfield Stadium.Aaron HoweWith Woking’s regular number one
, Neal Ardley says it will be good to have one of Wimbledon’s 2011 play-off heroes back in the ranks at such a crucial time for the Dons.to Dons PlayerAnd speaking
“We wanted Seb to go out and get some games so that he could try and gain competitive action and get his confidence back,” said Neal. “I think he has done that as we have watched him in games for Woking. Their goalkeeper has now come back fit and we do not want Seb being there on the bench when he can be with us. Seb has been a big part of this football club and he is the sort of character we want during the run-in so we have called him back for that reason.”
Seb, who is still only 23, made 13 appearances for Woking in the Blue Square Premier.
Dons Player subcribers can now watch a full video interview with Neal Ardley, which includes an update from the Wimbledon manager on preparations for Bristol Rovers on Saturday.